Cap 40mm. I've kept them if you would like another photo/test.
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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
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Does it smell of aniseed also can you remember the type of tree's nearby if any or was it in grass
I didn't want to say in case it clouded your judgement, but yes it does have a faint smell of aniseed! I'll break it up tomorrow and have a proper sniff.
Not sure about the tree but they were in grass near the base of the trunk.
It may be Clitocybe odora if you still have the cap intact pop it on a piece of paper and cover with a small dish overnight and you will get a spore print also the smell is enhanced in a confined space
Yeah, didn't smell stronger when I cut the stem off. Collecting spore print, will post in a couple of days.
Spore print and a larger one from the same spot.
The spore print has come out well,from the other photo's and print I would say it is Clitocybe odora as originally thought, I have never found this one yet.
Lat/Lng: 51.1, -0.2
OS grid ref: TQ2636